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Soundmanpt 03 Apr 2018, 08:47
You don't want to break off the nose pad because that would require some soldering to repair it. Maybe use a eyeglass screwdriver and remove one of the nose pads. But even better if you just remove one lens from your glasses. That way when she replaces the lens she will be forced to check her work by looking through your glasses to be sure it is in the frame properly. Also try and get service from any of the 3 that's wearing glasses herself. Even better if all 3 are wearing glasses because that would be a win - win -win. The reason you want one that is wearing glasses is because she is more likely to have an interest in glasses than the ones not wearing glasses. While see' working on you glasses be sure to make some type of comment about how poor your eyesight is. You can even say that you don't know how strong your glasses are but only that they are really strong. In fact you can then even ask her if she has anyway of telling how strong your glasses really are. She will then check your glasses for you and write down the prescription. She may even be curious enough to try them on because chances ares she hasn't seen many glasses as strong as yours.
Don't wait too long before going because chances are they won't be working their very long. Wal-Mart doesn't pay their optical people very well except the optometrists so other optical stores in the area use Wal-Mart as their own training center so they don't have to train them. they simple go in and offer these girls more money and better hours. It doesn't take much more that for a young girl to jump at the opportunity.
JC 02 Apr 2018, 11:37
Lurking and Likelenses --
You've inspired me. I passed an optical center in a Walmart with three beautiful young ladies working, all apparently in their 20s. I'm thinking about breaking a nose pad on my GOC glasses and going there to buy a new one, asking them to put it on.
Likelenses 01 Apr 2018, 22:08
If the optician would happen to ask, or comment about the contacts, you could say that part of your correction is done with contacts, and the remainder with glasses.
Lurking 01 Apr 2018, 19:38
If anyone has seen my contacts, they didn't say anything about it.
JC 01 Apr 2018, 14:48
I've considered before going to an optical shop wearing GOC, maybe for an adjustment, but wondered if they would notice the contacts. I know the average person would not notice, some don't even note you're wearing glasses, but an optician it seems might. Have you ever run into that?
Lurking 31 Mar 2018, 23:24
I did some more play time recently with my -20 glasses over contacts that was a serious turn-on for me. I went to a shopping mall optical shops and looked at frames. A nice girl working there asked if I needed help choosing frames. I asked how long it would take to make them for me since I had a strong prescription. She asked what it was and when I said I didn't remember she said that she could check the ones I'm wearing to find out. So I took off my glasses and handed them to her. It's hard to put into words how I was instantly turned-on. My glasses were gone for about 5 minutes and I was left quite helpless and lost in a -20 blurry haze. When she came back my hands were shaking a little as I reached out for my glasses because I was so excited but she may have thought I was nervous or scared to be without them.
Anyway she said would take a week or less. I did this at a different shop in a different mall and had a similar experience.
Weirdeyes 12 Feb 2018, 23:22
Itís also possible youíre more farsighted than that test shows. Some people begin with +1.00 prescriptions, but actually end up being +3.00.
Cactus Jack 12 Feb 2018, 22:45
Congratulations, you are farsighted. With the +2.00 glasses the numbers you got using Sir Isaac Newton's most basic optical formula are:
Right Eye 100 cm / 82 cm = +1.21 diopters
Left Eye 100 cm / 78 cm = +1.28 diopters
That means that your refractive error neutralized approximately +2.00 -(+1.25) = +0.75 diopters of the +2.00 OTC glasses. It appears that you should probably be wearing +0.75 glasses for distance. However, at 23, you can easily correct the +0.75 internally using your Ciliary Muscles and Crystalline lenses.
That simple test does not detect Astigmatism, but you can check that easily by looking at an Astigmatism Test Chart such as this one:
If some of the lines are darker than the others you have some Astigmatism, but at this point you don't know how much.
I suggest that you consider an eye exam, but you have to be careful about the complaints you report. You need to complain that you are having headaches when you read a lot or read text on your smart phone. Also, distant signs are not very clear, particularly at night.
Before you schedule an exam, I also suggest you read "How to Study for an Eye Exam". I have posted in several times here and on Vision and Spex. If you can't find it, let me know and I will post it again.
Please let me know the result of the Astigmatism test and if you located "How to Study . . "
Alex 12 Feb 2018, 13:30
I used +2 glasses and the results are:
82cm for the right eye
78 for the left eye
What does that mean?
And are there other tests i could do?
Cactus Jack 12 Feb 2018, 12:41
I suggest you do this Simple Eye Test to get an idea or your refractive error, if any.
All you need is a pair of OTC +1.50 or +1.75 reading glasses, a tape measure, and a book or newspaper with small text (target). The reading glasses will cause the effect of being Myopic by a known amount.
1.In good light, wearing the Reading glasses, hold the target about 30 cm from your eyes so the text is very sharp and clear.
2. Move the target away until the text just begins to become fuzzy.
3. Measure the distance and write it down.
4. Repeat steps 1 thru 3 for each eye individually, three times, and average the results.
5. Tell me the power of the OTC glasses and the distances you measured above.
If you have 0.00 refractive error, the distance will be:
+1.50 = 66 cm
+1.75 = 57 cm
+2.00 = 59 cm
If it is closer, that means that you are Myopic and may need - glasses.
If it is further away, that means that you are Hyperopic and may need + glasses.
You may also find it useful to read "How to Study for an Eye Exam" before your next eye exam.
Alex 12 Feb 2018, 11:52
Sorry for the late answer
I'm 23 years old from Italy,and i always fantasize on how it would be to be farsighted and having to wear glasses(maybe even bifocals) full-time after an eye exam conducted by a very strict eye doctor,i think it does have a lot of erotic potential.
This fantasy sparked when i did my first eye exam ever at 16 and it continued through the years,now i have noticed that i'm squinting so hopefully i will get glasses this year.
What about you?
Also if you wish to discuss in a different place we can talk on Lenschat or through mail
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 10:25
PS.: The plus glasses variant needs more training with CL manipulation.
When you have a +5.00 CL on the eye, you can easily see in the mirror what happens at 20 centimeters.
With the -5.00 CL, your eye does not function to put the second CL on the eye, the eyes are overcorrected, you cannot see the CL.
To see the effect, you could also have a try with the CL in one eye only, and then the glasses on!
GOC guy 12 Feb 2018, 09:37
thanks. i think i'll do that.
unsure when i'll ever get the opertunity to test them out but that's my problem. thanks for the help once again
GOC guy 12 Feb 2018, 09:33
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 09:19
Last post was mine.
NB.: Are you from the US or from the EU?
12 Feb 2018, 09:16
They were 'reading glasses' although due to the perscription I'm assuming they aren't meant to acommodate presbyopia.
These are reading glasses for a person with e.g. a basic hyperopia (distance vision - 'far'sighted) of 5.00, and then a presbyopia of 2.25, which makes +7.25.
Or hyperopia 6.00 and presbyopia 1.25 etc.
If you are very young (below 25), you should take 0.5 more myopia, then you could be slightly overcorrected, but you have always a clear vision. If you are elder than 25 or 30, this overcorrection might cause blur and irritation to the eye, than it would be easier with 0.25 more only, at the price oft the risk of 'myopia blur', it's trial and error.
The CLs come in packs of 30, so why not buy -7.75 for one eye, and - 7.50 for the other eye, to find out about the optimum.
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 09:00
Give me 10 minutes - there are some calculation tables on my computer.
+7.00 is quite substantial for a first time trying, but I have already done this as well.
Make your first trying strictly at home, avoid stairs etc., and try to 'learn' for at least 2 hours, before you would go outdoors.
12 Feb 2018, 08:54
or i guess in my case -7.50 contacts. diddn't see your last post
12 Feb 2018, 08:52
i've had some +7.25 glasses for a while and have been figuring out how to goc with them. They were 'reading glasses' although due to the perscription I'm assuming they aren't meant to acomodate presbyopia.
shall order some -7.00 contacts soon.
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 08:50
Tendency for less plus on minus CLs,
e.g. +4.75 glasses on -5.00 CLs -
again an effect of the eye-lens distance
This is explained very often in the GOC section, contributions by Cactus Jack, who is a 1st class expert and 1st class teacher on these issues.
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 08:47
Yes, it works fine, then you are hyperopic (farsighted).
The effect is: bigger eyes, objects bigger. Personally, I am doing this as well with -6.00 CLs and glasses with a +6.00, and I like this very much.
If you are older than 30 or 40, you might be unable to read with minus CLs, you then would need bifocals or varifocals with more plus in the lower section for reading and close work.
But, I personally find, that there is a certain limit at 5.00 or 6.00, higher plus glasses are very difficult to use, higher myopia is not such a problem.
When you do this the first time, the brain needs several hours to adapt, when the brain has learnt this, it is much faster (only seconds to adapt).
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 08:39
Or, if your vision is 20/20 without correction, just take the +5.00 CLs and glasses just Right eye -5.25 sph / Left eye -5.25 sph.
CLs: 15,00 $ approx.
glasses at Zenni: 6.95 plus postage per pair, you can buy 2 pairs or more (US 5,00 /Europe 10,00 - prices in $ or Ä approx.).
12 Feb 2018, 08:37
would that work the other way around? -5.00 contacts with +5.00 glasses for instance
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 08:34
For contact lenses (CLs) search in Google for 'daysoft' - inexpensive and 1st quality!
Maxim 12 Feb 2018, 08:30
Why not have a try with GOC?
You find the GOC cookbook here.
First, get your eyes tested.
Then buy contact lenses e.g. +5.00, that means you are nearsighted -5.00, that's quite a bit, and ...
... order glasses from Zenni -5.00, or better -5.25 (taking in account certain effects of the distance between eye and lens) more than your prescription is.
This will cost you not more than 30, 40 or 50 $.
And then, enjoy ....
ShyNervous 12 Feb 2018, 07:47
Would very much like to discuss more
ShyNervous 12 Feb 2018, 07:35
@Alex, Yes exactly, I can relate to everything you said so well. Would love to discuss this further.
Alex 12 Feb 2018, 07:20
I do totally agree with what you wrote,i too have 20/20 vision but hopefully that's going to change soon,and i always fantasize on how my eye exam would go,i would like to discuss more about this with you.
There is something both humiliating and exciting in undergoing an eye exam,because you don't have any control on your vision,apart from squinting hopelessy to the eye chart,trying to see the smaller lines.
It's the eye doctor who is correcting it by putting the lenses in the trial frames(as they are ugly it would feel very humiliating wearing them).
And in this moment you realize with a shiver on your spine that your vision is poor and you need glasses definitely as the eye doctor will give a diagnosis of myopia or hyperopia,strictly reprimanding you for not having an eye exam before.
ShyNervous 12 Feb 2018, 00:02
It's my first time ever discussing this fetish. I have 20/20 vision but fantasize about going to the eye doctor for an exam and discovering my vision is poor, being prescribed lenses. I would find it so exciting to watch the letters on the chart blur together as the eye doctor points lower and lower down the chart, squinting my eyes with no success. I would find it humiliating and exciting to have a problem with my vision diagnosed by a strict doctor.
army2000 26 Sep 2017, 11:45
I can't believe I stumbled onto this thread Board. I have a fetish for women in their late 40s and 50s wearing formal business suits, heals, long brunette hair wearing thick-rimmed glasses. That is an ultimate turn on me for me!
gerry 05 Aug 2017, 02:18
I would date a lady in a flash who needed to wear high magnification glasses. Those lovely warm big eyes are a real turn on, I did once experience such a lady, she was so loyal and loving, i missed her dearly before she left home to seek a job abroad. I do like ladies who wear strong glasses my preference is for plus. Take care Hugs and love Martin
murky 28 Jun 2017, 21:09
Lentifan, have you noticed the trend away from Black, there is more colour in the glasses shops, and not so much of the bold and black.At Last!
I engaged a middle aged lady with sizzling silver frames,at the supermarket last week, about +2 varifocus, elegant++
They were medium sized, lovely polygonal shape, and she shoed me that the silver was an overlay, could be removed and she had four replacement covers, that cost about 1000 dollars ( with lenses) but she could mix and match with the wardrobe
lentifan 09 May 2017, 12:54
Interesting how tastes differ, Murky. I share your disapproval of plain black plastic frames. They have a tendency to make all girls look the same, although I am less likely to criticise if the lady has a high prescription. Plus girls, in particular, seem to favour big plastic frames. Most of these are simply too big for the face and obscure the features. If you have a pretty face, why not show it, instead of hiding most of it behind glasses which are out of proportion? I wonder whether plus girls are encouraged to choose large frames to maximise the field of vision.
Basically, the stronger the lens, the more obviously dependent the girl is on her glasses, the more I am turned on. But there is a special attraction for girls whose glasses look to be a part of them - a combination of strong lenses in frames whose shape enhances their features and whose colour suits their complexion, hair and clothes.
You were honoured to catch sight of a lady with myodiscs; they are rare and beautiful. Lenticular lenses (possibly even more rare) are my absolute favourites but strangely I am often unmoved by low plus glasses - especially if they are these big dull black plastic affairs which are all too common today.
murky 08 May 2017, 22:22
I like a proud glasses wearer, well or beautifully dressed, nicely done hair, then glasses that show she has thought about integrating them into her personality and wardrobe. Matching specs and clothes are e turn on for me.
The face needs to want glasses, and be complemented by them.
IMHO too many high minus ladies just go for the black frames, as if to say, I need these so lets get the cheapest possible. Also, they have difficulty seeing themselves without glasses! Also, they have often had glasses since childhood, so they are just part of living, nothing special.
Thats why I really enjoy celebs with glasses, because they have the money to buy something special, and want to enhance their appearance, look at Jessica Alba. Britney Spears. Daily Mail captured them well. See Jurdyks postings of pub quioz nights in Sightings too.
The cosmetics bar at the department store is always good for spotting great GWGs as they have to look really good. Airline counters too. Secretary/receptionists in smart offices.
Low plus/minus (+1 t0 -1) generally dont need full time specs to see, so like to make a high fashion statement..not always but more than the >=/- 4 types.
All these folk will enjoy comments too.
Mel 08 May 2017, 11:36
Interesting thoughts, Oscar. I guess I'm in the minority on this site, but I'm not particularly turned on by bareeyed squinting. Rather, what turns me on the most is seeing a lady already wearing thick glasses and still badly needing an increase. All of the behaviors associated with needing new glasses (squinting, pushing glasses up, holding objects too close) is a massive turn-on for me.
Any like-minded individuals?
Oscar 07 May 2017, 16:42
A couple of encounters at a conference and at two social events over the last few days have reminded me how much of a turn-on glasses can be on an attractive woman, but also how glasses in combination with other attributes can be even more amazing. All three were more than just glasses sightings.
First, there's body type. I am often attracted to women with figures that tend towards being curvy or pear-shaped. One young post-grad student at the conference was just that, looking gorgeous in pale blue jeans, and she wore a very strong pair of minus glasses. Over a drink after the sessions we were chatting about all sorts of things and when I complimented her on her glasses, she told me they were -15 or so and she was very pleased by them as the lenses were so thinner than in her last pair.
Second, at Mass on Sunday, I found myself standing behind another young woman who looked alluring in jeans, with her long brown hair in a pony-tail, showing her hearing aids. Magical. I could see from behind that she was also wearing quite a thick pair of glasses. When she turned round at the Sign of Peace, the light flashed off the front of her lenses and I could see how strong they were. Probably about -10, maybe even more. The combination of that with her proudly worn hearing aids was wonderful. I didn't get a chance to talk to her afterwards, but hope to see her there again.
Third, a fantastic encounter today at an informal buffet lunch. I found myself standing by a table when a young woman (about 30) came up to get some food too. She was wearing a nice pair of Raybans with a very decent prescription - not crazy strong, but probably about -8 or -10. I thought she looked gorgeous in them and was delighted to start chatting to her. As soon as we began to talk, this young woman became even more amazing as it turned out that she had quite a severe stutter. Strong glasses and her stutter (about which she was totally up front, as in almost the first thing she announced after saying hello was "by the way, I have a stutter") made this an unforgettable conversation which ended up lasting about 30 minutes. I know I'll be seeing this lovely woman again professionally and I can't wait.
One way and another, a pretty wonderful weekend.
JES 07 Apr 2017, 13:48
A terribly thick minifying wall of glass with lots of glare between two lovers. All eye-contact happens through this wall and when the wall is being removed the female part looks completely different, hardly recognizable, with her large, shortsighted eyes.
I enjoy glasses 05 Apr 2017, 22:14
Thick myopic glasses are great for licking and screwing the lenses.
gerry 16 Feb 2017, 07:15
I hope this lady reads this. I was in touch with a lady from sheffield who work in social care for the elderly. She had very strong thick minus glasses, had a lovely face and beautiful hair. we lost touch i hope we can reconnect, in my eyes she was so attractive and beautiful. I think of you often please get in email@example.comLook forward in anticipation to your reply. Hugs XX
iStruggles 05 Feb 2017, 22:48
I prefer a lady who does not her glasses. The struggle, the squinting, the trouble that nearsighted women experience when they live their life in a blur is highly erotic to me. Glasses
When you boil it down, eyescene is a collection of links to be used by glasses fetishists for private sexual stimulation and masturbation. That is what makes it difficult to sift through the fodder and find women without glasses. I think the use of the word girls sounds too grade school and too pedophiliac for me.
05 Feb 2017, 19:27
Pretty sure he said "I too am turned on" rather than "I am too turned on."
Dude With A Fetish 04 Feb 2017, 07:48
Not sure why post was deleted, but not sure I understand meaning of too turned on. I thought that was the point?
Dude With A Fetish 31 Jan 2017, 17:06
I guess I'm unsure of how one can be "too turned on"... as in cant perform/last very long when presented with a situation like that? I am also a fan of wearing others thick glasses. I mean, I thought the point was partially to excite yourself (or knowing that you will become excited)? I get fairly excited as well but have always found a way to keep it in control until needed
Not throwing anyone under the bus and no malicious intent, just trying to understand
rafa 31 Jan 2017, 09:20
I think glasses reenhance beauty in a big way. Glasses can turn an average/ordinary looking girl into someone interesting, even fascinating. And they can turn pretty women into gorgeous women. It may not be real, as it's only a prop. But for a moment, while they're wearing their glasses, it SEEMS real.
But of course, it's not just the frames (and that's why plano lenses don't do it for me), it's the lenses too. They add something, a mystery, a depth.
In my case, it took some time to get into really thick lenses and appreciate their beauty. Now I love them, anywhere between -7 and -25 makes me melt. And I agree that there is a certain element of vulnerability in very thick lenses that can be alluring.
I coincide with Maxim that I too get turned on when I wear glasses that are someone else's prescription, and I wonder what the psychology behind that is. Perhaps the fact that one seems to borrow someone else's eyes and therefore turn into someone new? Watching a distorted world that one can complete with one's imagination?
gerry 31 Jan 2017, 07:14
HI Di, I do love ladies with thick glasses, but i also like a lady to be be respected and loved for who she his. First introduction only last 30 seconds, after which its the personality that matters. No matter how someone looks you can always see beauty. Meeting someone and growing together in love is far more important than attractiveness. Hope you soon find a nice guy take good care. Bye
Astra 30 Jan 2017, 21:47
It depends how you use the glasses, perhaps relevant to your personality. If your personality is more authoritative then you probably would appear more focused on your glasses. If your personality is less authoritative , then you probably do not mind to "look weak" and tend to appear less focused. I still look somewhat "not focused" when wearing glasses , and my personality does not appear to be authoritative than average, I would rarely stare at others, socially rather shy. Whether I wear glasses does not change most of my personality, but would have some minor effect on some of my behavior.
Astra 30 Jan 2017, 21:27
I feel power rings is commonly perceived as "weakness" by ordinary people who typically dislike glasses
Dude With a Fetish 30 Jan 2017, 20:17
My threshold for thickness is somewhere between -7 and -9... I love seeing the power rings as we lean in to kiss and as I look up at her and she at me as we do "other" things...
Maxim 29 Jan 2017, 16:40
I am not a feminist, but, would somebody of our estimated readers and contributors define a man (a male person) as "weak", when it is necessary for him to wear glasses?
I feel, there are many other criteria relevant for assigning 'strength' or 'weakness' to someone's personality, and the approach to glasses wearing has lit up from a certain middle age prejustice over the decades towards wide acceptance nowadays!